World of Warcraft: Shadowlands has rewarded us with great entertainment. Shortly after releasing Castle Nathria’s Mythic Difficulty, watching guilds running for the world’s first title in the latest raid tier has become an obsession. Overall, both of the top guilds from the US and EU have pressed the gas pedal and interpreted their skills in the best possible way. The race has been so close between Echo and Complexity Limit before Limit managed to snatch the win. It was a really tough race, as both guilds were head to head for such a long time.
Each consecutive pull felt like we’re getting closer to witnessing a world first kill, both on Echo’s and Complexity Limit’s Livestream. Nevertheless, only one can be a winner. Complexity Limit has had the day advantage due to the Castle Nathria Mythic Difficulty release, but Echo has managed to catch up and make the race very interesting.
This is why Blizzard should consider making the Raid release global so that all regions have the opportunity to compete for a World First title. Anyone could be the winner. Both Complexity Limit and Echo were head to head on each pull, a reason why both of the streams were somewhat mandatory to run simultaneously.
Congrats on Limit for achieving World First Title, and I wish them all the best in the future. For the others that also participate in this world’s first race, better luck next time!